New this week: 'Friends' again, Mike Tyson doc & 'Cruella'
MOVIES— No "101 Dalmatians" love is necessary to enjoy "Cruella," available to rent on Disney+ starting Friday. — The musician Moby narrates his own life in the documentary "Moby Doc," a surrealistic examination of his fraught childhood and turbulent experience with fame, fortune and addiction from director Rob Bralver. David Lynch, David Bowie and Shepard Fairey are just a few of the luminaries who talk about his impact and influence. — AP Music Editor Mesfin FekaduTELEVISION— Doughnuts and pursuit of the American dream are at the heart of a documentary about Cambodian refugee Ted Ngoy. "Mike Tyson: The Knockout" promises to examine his career and life rollercoaster and address "pressing questions about resilience and reinvention."wftv.com
From Dash to Coppola, highlights from TCM's Women Make Film
FILE - Julie Dash attends the New York Film Critics Circle Awards on Jan. 3, 2017, in New York. Dash's work will be featured in Turner Classic Movies' four-month Women Make Film series, airing every Tuesday night through December. (Photo by Evan Agostini/Invision/AP, File)Associated Press Film Writers Lindsey Bahr and Jake Coyle pick some programming highlights from Turner Classic Movies' four-month Women Make Film series, airing every Tuesday night through December. In her 1976 film (airing Sept. 15 on TCM), Kopple intimately documents a grueling, 13-month coal miner's strike in a small Kentucky town. They just thought I was a funny little girl who carried a tape recorder and a camera. The film won Kopple her first Oscar.
Using meditation to make a difference
More and more people are discovering the gifts that come along with sitting in silence. Meditation is affecting lives in ways that go beyond staying calm, as new studies show positive effects on aging and brain cells. Mo Rocca talks with filmmaker and meditation advocate David Lynch, and calmly reports on the practice's growing popularity, including at some California schools.cbsnews.com